Wake County’s Human Services department helps people with basic needs, such as food stamps and Medicaid. We also have medical clinics that provide healthcare, information and services to help keep individuals and our community safe. These are services often found in county social services and health departments.
Our staff care about you and will work hard to get you the help you need. If English is not your primary language, we can help with verbal interpretation and written translation of vital documents when necessary.
Even when times are bad, we’ll be here to help you get back on your feet – and we’ll help you see beyond today, to a better tomorrow.
Wake County Teams Up with Raleigh, Holly Springs, Morrisville and Local Church to Host COVID-19 Testing Next Week
Wake County Public Health Readies to Vaccinate PreK-12 School and Child Care Workers; Continues Appointments for Health Care Workers and 65+
Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–5:15 p.m.
*Extended hours may apply for specific services